Stamp N’ Hop – Let’s get Girly!

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Welcome to another round of the Stamp N’ Hop Blog Hop! This month our theme is ALL ABOUT THE GIRLS! I’ve gotta say that girl cards are almost the only thing I make around here. A real challenge for me would be a Manly card. I can’t make one of those to save my life!

When this blog hop goes live I will be up in the air flying to Utah for OnStage. OnStage is Stampin’ Up!’s version of convention where all of us demonstators get together in remote locations around the globe and see and learn all new stuff! I am so excited! I will have lots of fun stuff to share with you when I get back. You can follow along on my Instagram page @bffstampers to see some sneak peeks!

Anyway….back to the blog hop…

My friend asked me to make some invitations for a Surprise Party she was having for her mom’s birthday. She said she likes purples and pinks. Perfectly girly in my opinion 🙂 What do you think?

I printed all the words.

Thank you so much for joining us this month. Next up is Pia Gerhardt. Hop along to everyone to get all the girly inspiration.

Pia Gerhardt

Stamp N’ Hop – All about Love

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February is the month of Love!

1 John 4:19…We love because He first loved us.
How amazing is this! God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life!

I can not talk about the month of love without talking about the love that God has for us. I love this sampler that was inspired by Ronda Wade in her Creating for Christ Facebook Page.

This Valentine paper is so beautiful! I printed the verses from the Creating for Christ page. I will be having a class with this sampler on Sunday, the 17th. I know it’s after Valentine’s Day but this reminder of God’s love will be hanging up year round at my house.

I also wanted to share a tool from our catalog that has been in there and I’ve owned but had only just recently used. They are the Multi-Purpose Adhesive Sheets. Sticky sheets that you stick your cardstock on and run through the Big Shot so that all the thin die cuts are easy to adhere (like a sticker) to your page without getting glue everywhere! I heart them.

I die cut the hearts from whisper white, crumb cake and lovely lipstick cardstock and poked them out carefully so the hearts were easy to stick back in the spots that they go. And the backing of the adhesive sheet was easy to peel right off like in the picture below.


Not only did I use it in one of the squares in my sampler, but I also made two cards using the other two cut outs and extra hearts. I love how they turned out. Perfect to send to my mom and stepmom for Valentine’s Day. The sentiment is from the Beautiful Day Stamp set and I stamped it in Lovely Lipstick.

Thank you for hopping along with us today. If you have any questions about my faith or my project, please contact me! I’d love to hear from you. All of the products are listed below. Next up is Rebecca-Jo Unwin.

Your BFF,
Jenn

Rebecca-Jo Unwin
Use the hostess code above and I will send you a FREE adhesive sheet to try out. Each sheet is 6″ x 12″.

Global Stamping Friends – Color Feature

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Hi and Welcome back to another month of awesome projects made by demonstrators from around the world. You are visiting me, Jenn Charles at BFF Stampers.  This month we thought we’d challenge ourselves with a color feature.  I really liked this idea and will be featuring a color monthly.  This month for the Global Stamping Friends hop we decided on the color Call Me Clover.  I’ve fallen in love with this color while using it these past couple days.  It is a beautiful bright green. We were allowed to also use black & white in our designs.

For both of my cards I used the Tropical Escape Designer Series Paper.  I love the bold prints on the back but it also has some black and white designs on the opposite side.  And I love the 1/8″ size of the ribbon.  It’s my favorite size as you will also see in the next card. There is a list of all the products I used in these two cards down below.

In this card I used the 1/8″ Whisper White ribbon.  I told you I loved that size ribbon.  The pop of Call Me Clover adds so much to this card.  This stamp and die cuts are from the Stitched All Around Bundle.

I hope you found some inspiration to try this bold In-Color.  Next up in the blog is Amanda Farlinger.  Click on the arrow below to go to her blog.  Scroll to the bottom on the page if you’d like to see a list of everyone in the hop.

Thanks for stopping by,
Your BFF,
Jenn

 

Blog Hop Roll Call

  1. Amber Thompson
  2. Tricia Butts
  3. Anastasia Radloff
  4. Karie Beglau
  5. Susan Simpson
  6. Anja Reuss
  7. Kimberley Morris
  8. Lisa Ann Bernard
  9. Libby Dyson
  10. Marieke Bart
  11. Jan Musselman
  12. Angélique Stempelkeuken
  13. Jenn Curtis Charles
  14. Amanda Farlinger
  15. Narelle Fasulo

UPCOMING CLASSES (RSVP on FB at BFF Stampers):
September:
8th – Stamp Camp (RSVP by 7th)
16th – Abstract Impressions Product Class (RSVP by 9th)
17th – Team BFF Meeting (RSVP by 15th)
21st – Timeless Tidings Christmas Kit Class (RSVP by 14th)

Do you like Halloween Treats?  Then this Paper Pumpkin is for you!  Click on the picture to sign up today.  No commitment.  If you have any questions, email me at charlessj5@yahoo.com I can’t wait to see what’s in this box!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out the Holiday Catalog PDF HERE.  If you’d like a hard copy of the catalog, contact me and I will get you one!

SHOP Here
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Stamp N’ Hop – Masculine

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Welcome back to another Stamp ‘N Hop with demonstrators from all over the world showcasing MASCULINE products this month.

I have to admit, I struggle with the masculine side of crafting.  I love bling, ribbon and flowers.  I’ve been wanting to make a card for my husband to say thank you for working so hard for us everyday.  He loves everything water from fishing to surfing so today I am making a project using the stamp set, Waterfront.  I also used the Hardwood background stamp to get some woodgrain look on the card.  I got my inspiration for this card from a fabulous Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, Kelly Kent.

I broke the fibers in a piece of Tranquil Tide cardstock to make it look crumpled or “rugged”.  I stamped off the Tranquil Tide ink to make the water a lighter color.  I love Tranquil Tide because of the blue-green look and it can be used either way.  A list of supplies is down below.

Thank you for stopping by.  Please hop along to the rest of the talented crafters.  Up next is Laura Mackie.

 

UPCOMING CLASSES (RSVP on FB at BFF Stampers):

August 11th – Stamp Camp 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.  RSVP by August 10th
August 17th – Team BFF Appreciation Dinner
August 19th – Mini Album Product Class 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.  RSVP by August 12th
August 25th – Holiday Extravaganza – 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. RSVP by August 16th